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Nov. 4-10: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2009
It’s pretty clear that no one is ever going to solve the whole chicken or the egg thing. But that’s not going to stop Kentucky legislators from trying, as Ohio’s legalization of casino gambling has forced them to rethink their casino-gaming chicken and horse-racing egg (or is it the other way around?).  

Biked and Bummed in Downtown

5 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Dear Maija, I went to the city’s bike planning meeting last week, and I was really excited about the possibility of Cincinnati giving me a chance to ride to work without having a Biggie-sized Coke thrown against my back every day.  

The Brothers Bloom (Review)

Rian Johnson's overly written work is somewhat saved by a joyous Rachel Weisz

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
One keeps waiting for 36-year-old Adrien Brody to capitalize on his unexpected Best Actor Oscar for 2002's 'The Pianist' and do some mature work that really moves us. Instead, he gets stuck running around in overactive action films ('King Kong') or playing soulfully perplexed, hangdoggy young men in arch, belabored "quirky" indies like 'The Darjeeling Limited,' 'Dummy' and the new 'The Brothers Bloom.' Grade: C-.  

PJ Harvey and John Parish Have a Fortuitous Collaboration

Making music for more than two decades

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
John Parish and Polly Jean Harvey have been making music together for more than two decades. And while Harvey is better known for a solo career that has made her one of the most vital artists on the planet, Parish is the guy who initially recognized and nurtured her singular skills.  

East Meets West Coast

East Meets West Coast Los Angeles-based author Lisa See uses her past to uncover hidden history

1 Comment · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
the Year, the Chinese American History Makers award, but the one that meant the most to me, that told me I had really been accepted, was I got to be a judge for the Miss Chinatown pageant.” In college she was a Modern Greek Studies major, which she says taught her the “pleasures and surprises” of research.   

Mike Ingram

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0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Making cute, passionate Indie Pop with an electronic backbone and a folksy heart (banjo, acoustic guitar and accordion are the main instrumentation), The Seedy Seeds are one of the most interesting bands in Cincinnati. They also might be the most beloved.   

ART ROUNDTABLE: FROM PAGE 24

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 23, 2008
If you’re buying art from someone you trust and who has a decent reputation, there is a great possibility that you could get a return on your investment. We always tell our young collectors, “Buy one good piece. If you need to pay for it over time, most people will work with you.  

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